Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Catherine Stadem

A familiar name to Anchorage theater lovers, Catherine Stadem joins Alaska Radio Reader Rambler hosts Sandy and Dick to talk about her new book,...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Anchorage Reads

This year the Anchorage Public Library celebrates its 25th anniversary and the 5th annual Anchorage Reads community book program from February 1 - March...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: We're in weekend

Anchorage's celebration of 50 years of Alaska Statehood kicks off Friday.  Event coordinators, Tennys Owens and Darl Schaaff discuss planning the celebration, including the...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Summer Solstice Cemetery Tour

This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Bruce and Audrey Kelley who conduct the annual Anchorage Memorial Park Cemetery tour (originated by John...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Traveling Artists

Nine months a year or sometimes more, Bill Fabris and Jerry Steichen spend touring the world in different theater and musical productions. Back in...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: The Big One

Twenty years after the nation’s worst oil spill, there’s a play about it. Alaskan playwright, Dick Reichman joins host Steve Heimel to discuss the...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Historic Properties of Anchorage

Photo source: American Memory from the Library of Congress Alaskan visual artist and director of Anchorage Historic Properties, Gina Holloman joins hosts Sandy and Dick...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Books worth reading

Returning author, Wayne Mergler joins hosts Sandy Harper and Dich Reichman for an annual conversation about books worth reading this year. Big Read Project 2008...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Captain Cook, exploring Alaska

In Anchorage we're quite familiar with Cook Avenue, The Captain Cook Hotel and the Cook Inlet of course, but we don't know very much...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Wind Blown and Dripping

Set in Adak in 1944, Wind Blown and Dripping tells the true story of Dashiell Hammett, as the editor of a soldiers newspaper in...

Kim Rich, “Johnny’s Girl” Is Now All Grown Up

Monday, July 25 at 1:00 pm This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, an update on Kim Rich, who's book was national sensation in 1999 and is still in print. Johnny's Girl started as a series in the Anchorage Daily News, became a book, a TV special and a play.

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: The Big Read

The Anchorage library director, Karen Keller and The Big Read coordinator, Barbara Brown join hosts Sandy and Dick for discussion on The Big Read...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Holiday festivities

This month on Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Cheri Spinx of the Anchorage Downtown Partnership joins hosts Sandy and Dick to talk about all the...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Anchorage Concert Association 2010-2011

Ira Glass (pictured right), host of This American Life is just one of the many highlights of the 2010-2011 season at Anchorage Concert Association...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Time Immemorial

The 50th year of Alaska statehood has spawned a lot of interesting projects. One of them is a set of theatrical productions at...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: The Courtship of Zack and Ada

Celebrating 50 years of statehood, Cyrano's 2009 season features five world premieres of all Alaskan plays written by Alaskan playwrights. Arlita Jones kicked off...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Anchorage Place Names

This month Sandy and Dick sit down with local author Rae Arno for a chat about her new book -- Anchorage Place Names: The...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: 49 Alaska Writing Center at Raven Place

On this month's Alaska Radio Reader Rambler, Alaskan authors and  '49 Writers' bloggers Andromeda Romano-Lax and Deb Vanase stop by to discuss the opening...

Alaska Radio Reader Rambler: Celebrating Tennessee Williams’ 100th Birthday

Tennessee Williams expert, Colby Kullman joins hosts Sandy and Dick on this month's edition of Alaska Radio Reader Rambler. Kullman has written about...

Perry Eaton Goes To Paris

Monday, June 27 at 1:30 pm Well known artist and Native leader, Perry Eaton, is having his first solo show in Paris, France in early June and will tell us all about this extraordinary experience.